Delight in a Weekend Indulgence at Nobu Manila’s Sunday Brunch
Luxurious Japanese cuisine in a hip restaurant
Whether it is a pleasant start of an easy and lazy Sunday, a celebration of a special occasion or an opportunity for family and friends to catch up, Nobu Manila restaurant is one of the most stylish, must-try and raved about Sunday brunch venues in town.
Nobu Manila’s Sunday brunch, which is offered from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm, showcases the world-renowned chef and restaurateur Nobu Matsuhisa’s fusion cuisine, bringing a burst of excitement to the Sunday brunch scene in Manila.
Nobu Manila is the hip and modern celebrity-inspired restaurant of Nobu Hotel Manila at City of Dreams Manila, which enthralls diners as the ultimate dining destination for the Nobu-style Japanese cuisine that is served in over 35 restaurants around the world. Chef Nobu draws upon his classical training at sushi bars in Tokyo and his life in Peru, Argentina, and around the world to create a whole new trend in Japanese cuisine, blending traditional Japanese dishes with South American ingredients.
The recent visit of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa at Nobu Manila has also drawn added interest among Nobu fans and Peruvian-Japanese food lovers who are discovering one of the, if not the best-value Sunday brunch in town.
Nobu Manila serves a finely curated Sunday brunch buffet with a continuously evolving selection of dishes and live action stations. Some of the brunch favorites include Sea Bass Jalapeño, Crispy Pork Belly in Spicy Miso, OkonomiYaki, and some of the highly-acclaimed Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature dishes such as Tuna Tataki in Cilantro Dressing, White Fish Tiradito,Wagyu Beef Taco, and Salmon Karashi Su Miso, to name a few.
For appetizers, the White Fish Dry Miso, ShimaAji Jalapeñoand Salmon Karashi Su Misoand a salad section with Kelp Salad, Baby Spinach Salad with Dry Miso and Parmesan, andShitake Salad with Spicy Lemon Dressing, are simply delightful.
As an added gastronomic indulgence, some much-raved about hot dishes are passed around, among them: Seared Scallop with Saffron and Quinoa Risotto, Ebi Tempura, and the popular Nobu style “pain perdu”. Diners will also enjoy the exquisite selections at the sushi station where chefs prepare fresh cut rolls of California, Vegetable, Salmon Avocado, Shrimp Tempura, andSpicy Tuna, to name a few.
At the Hot Dishes section, diners can have their fill of Truffled Cabbage, Shrimp in Spicy Garlic Sauce, Umami Marinated Chicken,and Braised Short Rib with Sautéed Mushrooms. At the Teppanyaki tables, Alaskan Crab Legs with Aji Amarillo and Uni, Asparagus with Egg Sauce and Salmon Roe,and X.O. Fried Rice are prepared a la minute.
Breakfast pastry selections and pastry miniatures are bountiful in the dessert corner where the center of attention is the fountain of Matcha white ganache chocolate served with condiments. The oven-baked warm chocolate cake baked a la minute and served with green tea ice cream is a delightful sweet ending.
The Nobu Sunday Brunch Buffet, consisting of some 50 items, is offered at P2,880++, inclusive of sodas, juices, mocktails, coffee and tea. For a more bubbly experience, diners may opt to have the brunch with free flow Moet &Chandon, a selection of Champagne cocktails, Bloody Marys, Mojitos, wines and beer, at P4,580++. The brunch is priced at 50 percent off for ages six to 12 years old and no charge for kids 5 years old and under.
Nobu Manila is open for breakfast and dinner daily, and is at the first level of Nobu Hotel Manila, which is the first Nobu Hotel in Asia. For inquiries and reservations, call 800 8080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit cityofdreams.com.ph.